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Lea Ann Sterling discusses her experience establishing a successful law firm before practice management tools became popular, the importance of getting advice from reliable experts about technology and bookkeeping and how to find such help.
This week, Megan Zavieh joins us to discuss the byzantine advertising rules imposed on lawyers. Plus, we also talk about her new chatbot and podcast, Lawyers Gone Ethical.
Chelsey Lambert talks about marketing automation and why it’s worth the investment.
Boutique general counsel law firm owner and lawyer Kim Bennett talks about her approach to flat/fixed fees, adapting and responding to client needs over time, and generally running a successful firm in 2018.
How can lawyers and law firms thrive amidst the rising popularity of self-help legal technology? Experts Catherine Sanders Reach and Nicole Bradick discuss in this legal podcast.
Tips for lawyers who are serious about making their marketing matter, including finding your target audience and using the questions your clients are asking for content ideas.
How to claim and optimize your Google My Business profile for your law firm and effectively collect client feedback to improve your practice.
Why intake is the key to Billy's success, and how her firm uses empathy and data to strategically optimize the intake process.
Marketing ninja Dorie Clark talks about what lawyers can do to bring in more revenue in a chaotic marketplace.
Attorney branding specialist Nicole Abboud talks about the benefits of tailoring your firm to meet the demands of a growing millennial clientele.
Financial advisor mentor Brad Johnson talks about why financial advisors find it so difficult to build referral networks with lawyers.